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A year of work, 16 thousand Lego parts and a ready-made Star Wars Echo base

A year of work, 16 thousand Lego parts and a ready-made Star Wars Echo base | LAminifigs

A Lego lover from The Lego Room channel posted a new video showing the assembled Star Wars Echo base. It took 16 thousand parts and a year of work to assemble all this beauty.

The base appears in the movie "The Empire Strikes Back".

In the video, you can see a detailed model of the Millennium Falcon, which is in the hangar. Even the interior and some structures, including a mechanized gate and a command center, have been worked out.

According to events in Star Wars, the Echo base was built by rebels on the planet Hoth. Three years after the battle of Yavin, it was captured and plundered by Imperial forces.

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